Caring for Fly Lines (& your Guitar)

September 12, 2014 0 Comments

Consider that the fly line is of extreme importance to any fly rod setup.  Like the strings of a guitar, no song (fish) will be produced without them.

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Tips on Introducing Your Kids to the Joys of Fly Fishing

September 10, 2014 0 Comments

Involving your kids in your favorite hobby of fly-fishing can prove to be a tedious task, but its long-term benefits can be quite rewarding. Plus, there really is nothing like bonding with your children, wouldn’t you agree?

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Beginning Fly Tying

September 10, 2014 0 Comments

n the evolution of a developing fly fisher there is usually the issue of fly tying somewhere along the line, usually after the first year or two. There are different reasons for approaching the subject, as some do it to cut the cost of all the flies lost during every fishing trip, in bushes and trees, for instance. Other people do it to further immerse themselves into the intricacies of the sport’s details. Regardless of the reasons, whatever they happen to be, fly tying has always existed as an integral part of the fly fishing life.

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Top 5 Trout Fishing Gear

September 10, 2014 0 Comments

Fishing for trout may be the most enjoyable kind of fishing as an outdoor activity. This is precisely why the fly-fishing business is in a constant boom and whenever you visit any outdoor retailer, there’s always an abundance of trout fishing gear available. But in order to not get intimated—especially if you are pretty new to this whole business—here are the top 5 trout fishing gear essentials you should never do without:

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Tips and Techniques for Fly Fishing 101

September 10, 2014 0 Comments

What is amazing about fly fishing is that one learns something new every day. Perhaps you are just beginning in the adventure and we wanted to share some common wisdom we have accrued over time. The main thing in fishing in general, is to keep your senses open to your surroundings. There are certain clues and signs one picks up while gaining experience. The following are some observations we have accumulated and cultivated over time, specifically geared towards rivers, creeks, & streams.

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Fly Fishing with an Indicator

September 10, 2014 0 Comments

Whether fly fishing small streams or large rivers, one of the most effective ways to consistently catch fish is using a indicator with dropper files. I prefer to use a 9 foot leader with a Thingamabober strike indicator attached to the top of the leader. Tie your first fly at the end of the leader and a dropper fly attached to the top fly with about 18 inches of tippet.

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Dry Fly Fishing

September 10, 2014 0 Comments

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